The worst roast dinner, the gravy was bisto and the chief had poured it over the meal , the Yorkshire was mummified, the roast potatoes had not been seasoned and my husband had one that was raw in the middle, to top it all there...More
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Great old pub, lovely location, good range of real ales - what's not to like? Complacency that's what! When you have all the above ingredients and you are on the Cotswold tourist trail, then all you have to do is open the doors and the...More
What seems like hundreds of mugs or ale steins hang from the rafters, the lighting is dim, and tables are cozy in this quaint thatched roof pub. My husband and I shared a delicious chicken liver pate as a starter, then he tried the duck...More
We arrived without a booking and although very busy found us a table very quickly. The young lady that served us was very polite and extremely efficient. The food was excellent, well prepared and presented.
I used to live near Great Tew and this was my local when it was a free house. I haven't been back for a while but went last Sunday lunchtime with a friend. We ordered a 'sharing' platter at I believe £12.95 but it was...More
The Falkland Arms has always been a favourite pub since it is situated in a beautiful Cotswold village (think "chocolate box", thatches and stone walls...). We booked for a family gathering hoping the food would be good since most of our family had travelled 2-3...More
The Falkland Arms is situated in the attractive Cotswold village of Great Tew, has a great beer garden and a good range of beer. It is well worth a visit if only to see the authentic interior with its narrow passageways, impressive collection of jugs...More
We wanted to find somewhere that was totally unique and we certainly found it. The food and serviced was excellent. After lunch we spent time walking around the village full of thatched cottages.